At The Drive-In brought their staple high-intensity set to the Jimmy Kimmel Live outdoor stage last week. Performing “Hostage Stamps” and “Call Broken Arrow” off their freshly released album In·ter A·li·a, frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala electrified the crowd with his theatrical mic twirls, stage rolls and high jumps, with guitarist Keeley Davis echoing that same energy
California-born country singer/songwriter Cam was one of 2015's breakthrough artists, and she seems to be keeping up the momentum with a recent spot on Jimmy Kimmel Live and an excellent performance of her Grammy-nominated song "Burning House" during the Academy of Country Music Awards show. For Kimmel, Cam and company performed the "pop-friendly “Mayday,” which
Guitarist Isaiah Sharkey has a lot to smile over lately. The phenomenal player picked up a Grammy for his work with soul singer D’Angelo and the Vanguard on Best R&B album, Black Messiah. Sharkey then enjoyed some national television time with a spot on Jimmy Kimmel Live. For the show's Mashup Monday, CeeLo Green collaborated
After collaborating with country artist Thomas Rhett at last month's CMA Awards Show, Fall Out Boy made yet another surprising pairing when they teamed up with Boyz II Men this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live. For the late-night television gig, the two acts combined as Fall Out Boyz II Men and performed a rocking version of
Fall Out Boy's latest single "Centuries" recently received top billing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, as the band performed on the outdoor stage in front of a packed crowd. And of course, frontman Patrick Stump rocked his Gretsch Signature "Stump-O-Matic" Electromatic CVT in a striking white finish with gray stripes. Check out Fall Out Boy's appearance
San Francisco-bred band Train was recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote upcoming album Bulletproof Picasso, which is due out Sept. 16 in the U.S. As the sun set in Hollywood, Train performed the record's lead single "Angel in Blue Jeans," which was produced by Butch Walker. Check out Train in action below.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers were recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they performed a few tracks off new album Hypnotic Eye. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers were in classic form with the single "American Dream Plan B," which featured Petty slinging a sweet Gretsch Billy-Bo Jupiter Thunderbird. Check out Petty and the Heartbreakers in
Australian rock band the Preatures played a slew of shows at SXSW, and one of them was in front of a national audience, as the five-piece was featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The group has been drumming up buzz for their latest single “Better Than it Ever Could Be,” in addition to performing the title track to their 2013 EP Is This How You Feel? Check out both songs after the jump.
Just as they hit the road in support of their 2013 album Fading West, Switchfoot stopped by the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live to play two of their newer songs. Performing in front of a crowd that was ready to rock, Switchfoot sounded tight as ever when they pulled out “Say It Like You Mean It” and “When We Come Alive.” Watch both performances after the jump and visit Switchfoot’s official Facebook page for a list of tour dates.
As their album Save Rock and Roll continues to burn up the radio waves, Fall Out Boy was recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they tore through two of their new tracks. Check out the guys igniting the audience with "Alone Together" and "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)" in